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rmurph17

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    rmurph17 got a reaction from Piecku in UPGRADE TIME (RTX 3090)   
    Whoopsies I meant to type 2080 Ti, my bad.  Also, for the record: I love tentacle porn.
  2. Informative
    rmurph17 got a reaction from DJ46 in UPGRADE TIME (RTX 3090)   
    To be honest I didn't think starting out that I would have used the stock cooler for so long.  It works pretty good though and handles the small overclock I made on the CPU just fine.
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    rmurph17 got a reaction from FakeKGB in UPGRADE TIME (RTX 3090)   
    To be honest I didn't think starting out that I would have used the stock cooler for so long.  It works pretty good though and handles the small overclock I made on the CPU just fine.
  4. Agree
    rmurph17 got a reaction from Moonzy in UPGRADE TIME (RTX 3090)   
    To be honest I didn't think starting out that I would have used the stock cooler for so long.  It works pretty good though and handles the small overclock I made on the CPU just fine.
  5. Funny
    rmurph17 got a reaction from Moonzy in UPGRADE TIME (RTX 3090)   
    Whoopsies I meant to type 2080 Ti, my bad.  Also, for the record: I love tentacle porn.
  6. Informative
    rmurph17 reacted to curiousmind34 in UPGRADE TIME (RTX 3090)   
    Surely installing a d15 cant be that hard....
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    rmurph17 reacted to dizmo in UPGRADE TIME (RTX 3090)   
    Sexy, other than that tangled cable mess.
    Though I guess if you're tentacle porn it might do something for you...
  8. Funny
    rmurph17 reacted to FakeKGB in UPGRADE TIME (RTX 3090)   
    Wait, there was a 2090 Ti?
    Cool build! Though the stock cooler is killing me...
    Also, Gigabyte motherboard + Gigabyte RAM + Gigabyte case + MSI graphics card
  9. Funny
    rmurph17 reacted to curiousmind34 in UPGRADE TIME (RTX 3090)   
    2090ti!! no way
  10. Agree
    rmurph17 reacted to tishous in UPGRADE TIME (RTX 3090)   
    You really don't realise how big these cards are until you see them in comparison to the rest of the PC. So long and chunky. It's a nice looking card though.
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    rmurph17 reacted to VeganJoy in PC Build List   
    nah b550 and x570 will be able to fully utilize zen 3 features and will likely be the final am4 series of boards. theres a chance that we have a generation of crossover boards between ddr4 and ddr5 but we dont know yet. i personally wouldnt get a gigabyte board as the msi and asus boards are nicer but thats a you thing. 
     
    if youll be doing heavy video editing and need a ridiculously fast 10-20gbps scratch disk then yes. otherwise theres no discernible difference between these utlra fast ssds and a cheap pcie 3.0 one, or even a sata one for games tbh
     
    would also recommend waiting a little bit on ram as gskill is coming out with 4000c16 2x16gb ram kits in all their major lineups, you could get two sets of those and itd be kickass
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    rmurph17 reacted to VeganJoy in PC Build List   
    bruh
     
    by the time you build this, gskill may have their 2x16gb 4000c16 kits out, chances are that you can get them to 3733c14 or something ridiculous. with two sets you might be limited to 3600c14/c15 which would still be stupid fast for 64gb. given the memory performance of renoir apus, zen 3 will likely break 2000mhz fclk if not higher. maybe get the xtreme or a godlike for that sorta crazy memory stuff.
     
    also, you could get two 980 pros or those sabrents that are coming out soon, 7000mbps read and 5000mbps write or something silly. or maybe two 970 pros before they stop making 2 bit mlc drives.
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    rmurph17 reacted to boggy77 in PC Build List   
    you can keep your current x470 board, what's limiting your ram speed is your cpu, not the board.
    wait for 4000 series
    ram sweetspot for 3000 series is 3600, with 4000mhz you'll have to run them at 3600.
    maybe for 4000 series, the infinity fabric will be able to take 4000mhz.
     
  14. Like
    rmurph17 got a reaction from BuzzLookAnAlien in Think I’ve killed something?   
    Ok consider this post answered by myself because for some reason I started swapping round all four modules and powering back on and incredibly after 6 permutations the system post again and bios shows all 32GB so what the fuck actually happened ? these electrics and their angry pixies leave me in constant bewilderment ??‍♂️
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    rmurph17 reacted to -rascal- in Graphics problem BUT....   
    SWAT 3 first released in 2001?
    It could be hardware/software incompatibility due to the game written in code that is 17 years old.
    For an example, O.G. Command and Conquer (from Windows 95/98 LOL) is glitchy with modern hardware.
     
    You might need to run the game using Compatibility Mode.
     
     
  16. Like
    rmurph17 got a reaction from Tarun10 in What do you do for a living???   
    Not that anyone cares, but here's mine:
     
    I started out working as a Roads Design Engineer for a Local Authority (Civic/ Regional level Government) while I went to University part-time to get a Bachelour of Science (with Honours) Degree in Civil Engineering. One day I got really bored of spending my entire working day designing car parks, local roads and maybe the occasional small footbridge and wanted a little more variance in my day. 
     
    It was then that I moved to a Contractor as a Site Engineer (later promoted to Site Agent/ Site Manager) and I was very lucky that my employer continued to allow me to go part time to University. I left this job because I was playing wingman/ moral support for a friend at University who was going to an open evening at a Consulting Engineers but didn't want to go alone so I went with him and got talking to the Regional Director for Structures at the event and was offered a job there and then and I accepted it because at the time they were getting extremely prestigious jobs and Civil/ Structural Engineering was at it's pre-2009 financial collapse peak and there were opportunities to be seconded to the American offices and it is my dream to emigrate to the United States. 
     
    However the 2009 financial collapse happened and I was made redundant (unemployed) from the Consulting Engineers after being there for almost two years. I can't really complain though because I got some incredible and condensed experience in that role. As it was during the financial collapse I struggled to find a job in Civil Engineering or Structural Engineering because the job pool was flooded with very highly qualified Engineers but no jobs for them and you had cases where fully Chartered Engineers were applying for Graduate Engineer roles as it meant they would be in a job and happily accepted the massive reduction in wages for that. 
     
    I was unemployed for two months before I couldn't stand being unemployed anymore and took the first job I could find which was with B&M Bargains (a low-cost discount store in the UK) and I hated it. Retail work is truly terrible. I used my spare time to apply to other jobs and by chance in a conversation with one of my ex-lecturers at University I was given the details of my current employer and told they were looking for a Mechanical Engineer, so I bought a copy of "The Mechanical Engineer's Pocketbook" and I was amazed at just how much overlapping skills there is between Civil/Structural and Machanical Engineering. I applied for the job, got an interview and then the job. 
     
    I've been working here now for almost 10 years and been eventually promoted over time to Technical Director where my job now contains very little design element. I oversee and manage a team of Engineers, Technicians and Laboratory Assistants who carry out the technical functions of the company. I really enjoy my job and I have been very lucky that my employer has allowed me over these years to complete Master of Philosophy and Doctor of Philosophy postgraduate Degrees and during that time I have been professionally recognised as first an Incorporated Engineer and then later as a Chartered Engineer.
     
    I have been very fortunate in my working life and I love what I do now.
  17. Like
    rmurph17 got a reaction from voiha in What do you do for a living???   
    Thank you, you too mate.
  18. Funny
    rmurph17 got a reaction from TopHatProductions115 in You look like your avatar for the rest of your life. How do you feel?   
    Mixed feelings: on one hand I would now need to sit down to pee but on the other hand I could probably have some fun as an overpowered megalomanical psychotic Nazi loli I guess. 
  19. Like
    rmurph17 got a reaction from Real_PhillBert in What do you do for a living???   
    Not that anyone cares, but here's mine:
     
    I started out working as a Roads Design Engineer for a Local Authority (Civic/ Regional level Government) while I went to University part-time to get a Bachelour of Science (with Honours) Degree in Civil Engineering. One day I got really bored of spending my entire working day designing car parks, local roads and maybe the occasional small footbridge and wanted a little more variance in my day. 
     
    It was then that I moved to a Contractor as a Site Engineer (later promoted to Site Agent/ Site Manager) and I was very lucky that my employer continued to allow me to go part time to University. I left this job because I was playing wingman/ moral support for a friend at University who was going to an open evening at a Consulting Engineers but didn't want to go alone so I went with him and got talking to the Regional Director for Structures at the event and was offered a job there and then and I accepted it because at the time they were getting extremely prestigious jobs and Civil/ Structural Engineering was at it's pre-2009 financial collapse peak and there were opportunities to be seconded to the American offices and it is my dream to emigrate to the United States. 
     
    However the 2009 financial collapse happened and I was made redundant (unemployed) from the Consulting Engineers after being there for almost two years. I can't really complain though because I got some incredible and condensed experience in that role. As it was during the financial collapse I struggled to find a job in Civil Engineering or Structural Engineering because the job pool was flooded with very highly qualified Engineers but no jobs for them and you had cases where fully Chartered Engineers were applying for Graduate Engineer roles as it meant they would be in a job and happily accepted the massive reduction in wages for that. 
     
    I was unemployed for two months before I couldn't stand being unemployed anymore and took the first job I could find which was with B&M Bargains (a low-cost discount store in the UK) and I hated it. Retail work is truly terrible. I used my spare time to apply to other jobs and by chance in a conversation with one of my ex-lecturers at University I was given the details of my current employer and told they were looking for a Mechanical Engineer, so I bought a copy of "The Mechanical Engineer's Pocketbook" and I was amazed at just how much overlapping skills there is between Civil/Structural and Machanical Engineering. I applied for the job, got an interview and then the job. 
     
    I've been working here now for almost 10 years and been eventually promoted over time to Technical Director where my job now contains very little design element. I oversee and manage a team of Engineers, Technicians and Laboratory Assistants who carry out the technical functions of the company. I really enjoy my job and I have been very lucky that my employer has allowed me over these years to complete Master of Philosophy and Doctor of Philosophy postgraduate Degrees and during that time I have been professionally recognised as first an Incorporated Engineer and then later as a Chartered Engineer.
     
    I have been very fortunate in my working life and I love what I do now.
  20. Like
    rmurph17 reacted to voiha in What do you do for a living???   
    Wow.. just wow, happy for you !
  21. Like
    rmurph17 got a reaction from voiha in What do you do for a living???   
    Not that anyone cares, but here's mine:
     
    I started out working as a Roads Design Engineer for a Local Authority (Civic/ Regional level Government) while I went to University part-time to get a Bachelour of Science (with Honours) Degree in Civil Engineering. One day I got really bored of spending my entire working day designing car parks, local roads and maybe the occasional small footbridge and wanted a little more variance in my day. 
     
    It was then that I moved to a Contractor as a Site Engineer (later promoted to Site Agent/ Site Manager) and I was very lucky that my employer continued to allow me to go part time to University. I left this job because I was playing wingman/ moral support for a friend at University who was going to an open evening at a Consulting Engineers but didn't want to go alone so I went with him and got talking to the Regional Director for Structures at the event and was offered a job there and then and I accepted it because at the time they were getting extremely prestigious jobs and Civil/ Structural Engineering was at it's pre-2009 financial collapse peak and there were opportunities to be seconded to the American offices and it is my dream to emigrate to the United States. 
     
    However the 2009 financial collapse happened and I was made redundant (unemployed) from the Consulting Engineers after being there for almost two years. I can't really complain though because I got some incredible and condensed experience in that role. As it was during the financial collapse I struggled to find a job in Civil Engineering or Structural Engineering because the job pool was flooded with very highly qualified Engineers but no jobs for them and you had cases where fully Chartered Engineers were applying for Graduate Engineer roles as it meant they would be in a job and happily accepted the massive reduction in wages for that. 
     
    I was unemployed for two months before I couldn't stand being unemployed anymore and took the first job I could find which was with B&M Bargains (a low-cost discount store in the UK) and I hated it. Retail work is truly terrible. I used my spare time to apply to other jobs and by chance in a conversation with one of my ex-lecturers at University I was given the details of my current employer and told they were looking for a Mechanical Engineer, so I bought a copy of "The Mechanical Engineer's Pocketbook" and I was amazed at just how much overlapping skills there is between Civil/Structural and Machanical Engineering. I applied for the job, got an interview and then the job. 
     
    I've been working here now for almost 10 years and been eventually promoted over time to Technical Director where my job now contains very little design element. I oversee and manage a team of Engineers, Technicians and Laboratory Assistants who carry out the technical functions of the company. I really enjoy my job and I have been very lucky that my employer has allowed me over these years to complete Master of Philosophy and Doctor of Philosophy postgraduate Degrees and during that time I have been professionally recognised as first an Incorporated Engineer and then later as a Chartered Engineer.
     
    I have been very fortunate in my working life and I love what I do now.
  22. Like
    rmurph17 reacted to CamoFlage in AORUS RGB Build   
    Nice Build. I like it!
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    rmurph17 got a reaction from CamoFlage in AORUS RGB Build   
    While windows is installing thought I would share some pics of her actually running in full (out of sync) RGB glory 



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    rmurph17 reacted to Jurrunio in Need some help overclocking   
    frequency with CPUs of different architecture cannot be compared
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    rmurph17 reacted to Bananasplit_00 in Need some help overclocking   
    yah and i spotted a typo, Ryzen is not ment to be run at 1.65V, that would be pretty bad. i ment that the upper limit would be 1.425V which is the highest voltage a motherboard vendor(MSI) recomended for Ryzen AFAIK
     
    If you are on the stock cooler still id be happy with this and be done with it, its a nice performance boost and as long as temps are fine then you are good to go
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